Hong Kong through the Looking Glass:
“We need more bullets…”
by Dante Archangeli

By Dante Archangeli       "Oscar keeps asking me for more bullets ", Dev confided to us at lunch. Dev might be 20-something. Earlier Oscar told us he is 73 and looks older. Oscar is the caretaker of  a tiny Southeast Asian island marine reserve (let's call it Ranganju, not it's real name). He grew up far away, at least 30 kilometers, on the larger, but still not large, adjacent island. Locals call it the mainland. Dev is the new reserve manager, grew up a little further away, and studied Buddhism at the University of Hong Kong. Buying bullets wasn't covered in the curriculum. Dev continues, "He tells me he shoots at poachers to keep them from running away when he's trying to catch them. I'm worried that someone is going to get hurt, probably Oscar."

Interview with Derrick Jensen

Deep Green Forces: Jari Chevalier interviews author and activist Derrick Jensen. Says Jensen, "I think part of the process, at least for me, was that I’ve gone through any number of circumstances where I didn’t speak up and where I still don’t speak up. I know how it feels, even if it’s scary, to speak up; and I know how it feels, even when it’s scary, to not speak up."